Glencoe Aquatic Center
The Glencoe Aquatic Center features a 150-foot flume slide, drop slides, children’s frog slide, diving board, zero entrance pool, umbrella fountains, shaded observation areas and a concession area. Located in Glencoe’s flagship park, Oak Leaf Park, this state of the art facility is one of the region’s top outdoor aquatic parks. The park is open June through August.
The Field House has the single purpose of serving the local community. Built in 1999, the Panther Field House is a 47,000 square foot facility housing a full-service health & fitness center with state of the art fitness equipment. The Center is a full-service health club & fitness facility that can be enjoyed by the whole family. The building also has meeting rooms for rent, whether it is for a birthday party or business meeting. Call for more info: (320) 864-2690.
The wildlife sanctuary is a 32-acre refuge that features elk, deer, waterfowl and various other animals to the southwest of Oak Leaf Park.
The Glencoe Country Club provides an 18 hole golf course located in the southeast corner of Glencoe. The Club boasts a PGA golf professional, driving range, putting green, group and individual lessons, a pro shop, and banquet facilities.
The Oak Leaf Park fishing pond includes a dock and fish stocked by the DNR each spring. Catch and release is encouraged until the fish are large enough to eat. A fishing license is required.
With the scenic setting and many available activities, Oak Leaf Park is a great location for picnics. Numerous grill areas, shelters, restrooms and picnic tables are located at Oak Leaf Park. Seasonally, concessions are available at the Aquatic Center nearby. Contact the City of Glencoe if you would like to reserve a shelter for a large group at (320) 864-5586.
The Crow River Sno Pro’s grooms and maintains over 150 miles of snowmobile trails in McLeod County, Minnesota. This includes the Luce Line and the Dakota Rail trails. Click here to see a map of McLeod County trails.